Power Rankings: Albertsons Boise Open

September 10, 2012
John Dell, PGATOUR.COM Correspondent

After a week off the Web.com Tour will resume with the Albertsons Boise Open in Idaho as the year-long money race continues to heat up.


With only six full-field tournaments left before the year-ending Web.com Tour Championship in late October, now is the time to be playing well.

This week's tournament will be at Hillcrest Country Club in Boise, Idaho. The purse is $725,000 with $130,500 going to the winner. The winner's share is the second largest of the regular-season events.

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Power Rankings: Albertsons Boise Open Presented by Kraft
Rank   Player Comment
The former Georgia Tech star is on a roll in his last four tournaments. He's had a tie for 15th, a tie for fourth, a tie for 10th and at the Mylan Classic two weeks ago he tied for second. He's crept his way up to 39th on the money list and with another good week could crack the top 25.
He's another player making a run at the top 25 on the money list. He's made six straight cuts and he also tied for second at the Mylan Classic. The Canadian is ranked No. 26 and is picking the right time to play well. The 34-year-old former player at Campbell has never played a season on the PGA TOUR.
With two wins in four starts on the Web.com Tour the former Virginia All-America has had a great rookie season. He's coming off a fifth place at the Mylan Classic and is third on the Tour's money list. In his 16 competitive rounds on the Web.com Tour this season he's an astounding 57 under par.
He played on the PGA TOUR this season but comes back as the defending champion of this week's tournament. The long-hitting Kokrak made 10 cuts in 23 PGA TOUR tournaments. When he won last year in Boise he was the last player to make the field getting in as an alternate two days before the first round.
The Tour's leading money has been very consistent making his last six cuts which includes a tie for 19th at the Mylan Classic. He has won twice this season and is third in scoring average (69.50) on tour and 13th in the all-around category. Hes finished in the top 10 five times this season.

John Dell has covered golf for the Winston-Salem Journal in North Carolina for the last 18 years. His views do not necessarily represent the views of the PGA TOUR. You can reach him at mailto:johndell@triad.rr.com.